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Old Thu 21 April 2011, 20:31
Just call me: JW
Just outside nowhere
United States of America
Planning to Start In PA

Currently looking into buying a house, so at this point just waiting. So once I have all this space what am I going to do / buy to fill it up. Why not a router! Of course as a newbie I have some questions, which I am looking through the forums for. The machine I plan to build will be capable of handling a standard 4' x 8' Sheet (cutting, 3d routing, signmaking, prototyping, etc). Questions I have are:

1: What type of actual weight are we talking about on the gantry, and Toolhead

2: What is the best combo of electronics that youve tried. (motors, drivers, interface boards)

3: What revision of the plans are we up to (when were the last upgrades made)

Any help is appreciated.
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Old Fri 22 April 2011, 05:25
Just call me: Mike
Columbiana AL
United States of America
Welcome to the team !! You can find all your questions answered in the forum.
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